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    Skat Trak pumps 14 vane questions..

    I am about to use a 14 Vane Skat-Trak pump for a gprxp conversion.
    I donīt know if it is a setback setup? How do I know?
    Are there only one model of the Skat-Trak 14 Vane pump?

    And I assume that I will need a extended drive shaft to make it work?

    Anyone running this setup?


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    I have an E-75, 14 vein set back for a GPR that I bought back in 01. I had to buy a special shaft because the standard shaft would not work. I also know that there is a non set back pump out there which for the most part does have the same hook up, but not the top speed as the set back. The set back was a tad faster. IMHO, they put a tremendous load on a GPR crank.

    Wished I were more help.

    www.skat-trak.com

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    Insanediego Joe is running it on his conversion ski. Nothing special needed he changes back and forth with his 05 pump.

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    Looking at a 12 or 14vien pump, you will see that the prop goes down INSIDE the pump on a setback pump. It uses a special driveshaft that you must get from Skat.

    The 12 or 14 vien non setback pump, the prop sits like it does on a Yamaha pump. Most of these use a stock Yamaha driveshaft, either the 2002 or the longer 00,01,03-08.


    I have a 8vien Skat that has a stock driveshaft in it as well.

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    Thanks for all the answers..!
    So they are in 2 models, one with the setback option and a longer driveshaft and one without? What is the easiest way to verify which one?

    So if I have a ski that runs this setup and want to change it back to a oem one that wouldnīt be any problem? Just bult off and bolt on?

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    if it was setback you would know - the veins are positioned 1 1/2 inches to the rear

    The Skat setback pump uses a special driveshaft you can only get from Skat

    yes you can simply swap out a skat pump assembly (either style) for the OEM pump assembly

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    Are all Skatīs 158mm?

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    Nope. Most are 155 for the gpr. But you can have made any size you want.

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